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Default Health Systems Analyst - USAID RH/MCH

Health Systems Analyst

The new 5-year USAID Rural Reproductive Health/Maternal and Child Health (RH/MCH) project, led by the Emerging Markets Group, focuses on improving quality of and access to RH/MCH throughout Armenia by addressing four main programmatic areas:

· Improving performance of rural facilities and providers

· Strengthening management and supervision of rural facilities

· Strengthening RH/MCH policy development and implementation

· Increasing consumer demand for services.


The position is responsible for providing overall technical direction in institutionalizing and sustaining the technical and programmatic strategies undertaken by this five-year USAID project. The Analyst will examine the structures and systems supporting rural health care, looking for opportunities, weaknesses, and gaps. The Analyst will also create strategies and structures that ensure project activities are aligned with government primary health care priorities, correspond to the government health reform agenda, and facilitate implementation and strengthening of Ministry of Health policy objectives.

This position will be hired by the prime contractor, Emerging Markets Group, and will be supervised in the field by project Chief of Party.


Coordinate technical aspects of the project, particularly related to policy support.
Collaborate closely with Ministry of Health and marz health department officials, representatives of the other USAID health projects, and other national and international agencies.
With MOH and other national stakeholders, jointly develop and implement a project agenda for priority legal, policy and regulatory mechanisms necessary to strengthen rural RH/MCH care.
With marz officials, other project stakeholders and project staff in each marz, create and monitor the implementation of sustainability plans that ensure that project activities result in sustained impact on quality of services.
Organize logistics for and participate in all policy-related technical working sessions and events.
Contribute to project activity budgets, reports, and workplans.
Regularly travel to the marzes to support sustainability, policy implementation and execution of activities (travel to marzes approximately 20-25% of the job).
Perform other duties as assigned by the Country Director or designate.

· Masters degree, preferably of Law, Business Administration, Organizational Systems or related field.

· 5 years of experience working with government structures in developing and/or implementing policy reforms, preferably with experience in primary health care (reproductive health, family medicine, health financing or optimization).

· Experience working with international organizations and donors in Armenia.

· Familiarity with international recommendations as they relate to human resources management, primary health care, reproductive health and/or family medicine practices.

· Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate programs or projects and work as a member of a team.

· Excellent verbal and written communications skills in Armenian, English and Russian, including the capacity to prepare and deliver formal presentations on programs and results.

Application Deadline: 6 PM January 21, 2005.

Application Procedure: Please, send your CV and Cover Letter to Marina Vardanyan by e-mail: m_vardanyan[at]
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